‘Ozzybosco’ releases new single ‘Smile Again’…dedicates it to internally displaced children

Ozzy Records present the multi-award winning kid artist, OzzyBosco WonderKid in his soul lifting single “Smile Again”. The new song Smile Again is a brilliant piece of classical and upbeat music from the multi-talented kid ambassador; singer, dancer, instrumentalist who has revolutionised kiddies’ entertainment industry in Nigeria and indeed Africa.SoundCloud

Man sends thugs to pour acid on estranged wife in Lagos

47 year old commercial motorcycle rider (okada rider), Ajayi Olatunbosun has been arrested by the police for allegedly hiring thugs to pour acid on his ex-wife, Bamidele Otakiti, at her shop on Adejobi Street in the Ajasa Command area of Lagos.According to a report by Punch, it was gathered that everything

Group Files Suit To Stop Buhari’s Inauguration

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Just as everything seems to be ready for Muhammadu Buhari’s May 29 inauguration, a Nigerian initiative calls Abuja Federal High Court to stop the process. Advocacy for Societal Rights Advancement and Development Initiative on May 26 filed a suit to stop Mahmud Mohammed, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, from swearing the president-elect, the Punch

Yale graduate leaps to his death after stabbing fellow student

A man who graduated from Yale University last week stabbed a fellow student at an off-campus apartment building Tuesday morning before jumping out of a ninth-floor window to his death, police said.New Haven police say it happened around 5.30am at Taft Apartments on College Street, located across from the Ivy

President Jonathan to formally dissolve FEC today

President Jonathan will today formally dissolve the Federal Executive Council ahead of Friday May 29th handing over/inauguration ceremony. At the Federal Executive Council meeting which is to commence by 11am today, President Jonathan will speak on the achievements of his administration while the Ministers will highlight the achievement in their

FIFA-linked officials arrested on corruption charges

Swiss authorities have arrested leading FIFA-linked officials on corruption charges brought by the United States. Six football officials were arrested in Zurich on Wednesday on allegations of paying and receiving millions of dollars in bribes, Swiss authorities said.

Fuel scarcity: Return of an almost forgotten ordeal

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Before the strike by the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, was called off on Monday, most bus-stops in Lagos played host to crowds of stranded commuters who were on the receiving end of a biting fuel scarcity that kept commercial and private vehicles off the roads